Charityworks appoints Forster as first PR agency

Charityworks has hired its first ever PR agency as it looks to bolster its profile in the voluntary sector.

Forster Communications has been hired initially for four months with a brief to deliver a strategic campaign to communicate the benefits of working with the charity.

Rachel Whale, founder and director of Charityworks, said: "Charityworks wouldn’t exist without our partner charities and housing associations so communicating our impact to them, along with the many benefits to taking part, is crucial to our success."

The charity formed in 2009 and recruits graduates for roles in the non-profit sector.

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